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- E. Arthur Robinson, William Davison
- Polar Biology
- 2007

Antarctic marine organisms are considered to have extremely limited ability to respond to environmental temperature change. However, here we show that the Antarctic notothenioid fish Pagothenia… (More)

- E. Arthur Robinson, Stuart Egginton, William Davison
- Polar Biology
- 2010

While many Antarctic organisms possess only limited ability to respond to environmental temperature change, there is now substantial evidence to confirm that the notothenioid fish, Pagothenia… (More)

- Thomas L. Fitzkee, Kevin G. Hockett, E. Arthur Robinson
- Theor. Comput. Sci.
- 2003

We describe a weakly mixing one-dimensional tiling dynamical system in which the tiling space is modeled by a surface M of genus 2. The tiling system satis3es an in4ation, and the in4ation map is… (More)

Rank one transformations play a central role in the theory of ergodic measure preserving transformations. Having first been identified as a distinct class by Chacon in [3], their properties have been… (More)

In this paper we show that Z shifts of ®nite type satisfying a strong topological mixing property are universal models for ergodic measure preserving Z dynamical systems. 2000 Mathematics Subject… (More)

One of the simplest non-Pisot substitution rules is investigated in its geometric version as a tiling with intervals of natural length as prototiles. Via a detailed renormalisation analysis of the… (More)

Weak mixing is an important property for group extensions because its absence is the principal obstruction to lifting a large number of stronger mixing properties. Whether or not an extension is… (More)

Sturmian sequences were introduced by Morse and Hedlund [10] as the sequences that code the orbits of the geodesic flow on a flat 2-torus. In this paper, we restrict our attention to (1-sided)… (More)

Suppose A ∈ Gld(Z) has a 2-dimensional expanding subspace E, satisfies a regularity condition, called “good star”, and has A∗ ≥ 0, where A∗ is an oriented compound of A. A morphism θ of the free… (More)

- Thomas L. Fitzkeea, Kevin G. Hockettb, E. Arthur Robinson
- 2002

7 We describe a weakly mixing one-dimensional tiling dynamical system in which the tiling space is modeled by a surface M of genus 2. The tiling system satis2es an in3ation, and the 9 in3ation map is… (More)